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With the biggest gift-giving season of the year officially around the corner, Santa’s not the only one making a list. We wanted to help simplify your shopping a bit by compiling 18 of the best gifts for cat lovers. These ideas are purrfect for anyone with feline family members.
November is National Novel Writing Month, and we’ve rounded up 16 of the best novels featuring cats. Spanning more than 150 years, these literary tales offer at least one memorable feline character. And is there anything better than curling up with a good book and a kitty?
Every year as summer transitions into autumn, a slew of fun and ghoulish Halloween imagery inevitably pops up in stores, on front porches, and across your newsfeed. But how did black cats become such prevalent Halloween symbols? Unfortunately, the answer involves a lot of dark history.
Dr. Justine Lee explains how to exercise your obese cat and help him lose some of that extra weight. The better shape your cat is in, the lower the risk of medical conditions like osteoarthritis, diabetes mellitus, urinary problems, heart disease, and more.
We’re big fans of scary movies this time of year, so we decided to compile our own list—with a special spin. Read on for our 25 favorite horror films featuring cats! This list spans 85 years and includes movies where a cat appears as a distinctive role, regardless of screen time.
Kidney disease in cats is prevalent. Dr. Justine Lee discusses the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of chronic renal failure and more. With appropriate diagnosis, nutrition, monitoring, and treatment, cats can potentially live with chronic kidney disease for years.
September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. Arthritis can be an unforgiving ailment, especially for already handicapped pets. But there are plenty of solutions and natural remedies for treating arthritis in our handicapped pets. Learn about some treatment options here.
Learn how to treat diabetes in cats and what you can do to help prevent the disease from occurring in your cat. Dr. Justine Lee explains that if your cat fails to respond to initial treatments, twice-a-day insulin therapy is typically necessary.
Pet owners don’t realize there’s often a resurgence of flea outbreaks in late summer and early fall. Many cat parents with indoor-only cats mistakenly believe they’ll never have to deal with these pesky intruders. So, let’s brush up on prevention and flea treatment for cats!
Is it true that all orange cats have an insatiable desire for lasagna? Sadly, no. And do they all hate Mondays? We’ll have to get back to you on that one. If you’re curious about orange tabby cat facts, we’ve compiled a few below—just in time for Ginger Cat Appreciation Day!
You may be a student, teacher, or parent. Regardless of your situation, you might not realize how stressful it can be to leave a newly adopted pet for the first time. The change in routine can result in confusion at best—and, at worst, in cat separation anxiety.
Dr. Justine Lee explains why it’s important to prevent, recognize, and treat a cat UTI. If untreated, a UTI can result in a kidney infection; in rare cases, it can result in acute kidney injury. Learn how to tell if your cat does have a urinary tract infection.
CatCon® is where pop culture and cat culture converge! Litter-Robot has participated in CatCon since 2016, and you can bet we’ll be there this year. In anticipation of this year’s CatCon on August 4-5, we’re taking a look back at some of the highlights from the 2017 show.
Scooping is a dirty job, but you want to make sure your cat has a clean box of litter as often as possible to help minimize two medical problems: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) or the more life-threatening urinary blockage called Feline Urethral Obstruction (FUO).
Litterbox.com litter is harvested with your cat’s comfort in mind. Studies have shown that cats tend to have strong preferences toward unscented, clay-clumping litter. Besides these qualities, let’s take a look at why both you and your cat will love Litterbox.com litter.
Scratching is normal cat behavior! Dr. Justine Lee explains why she personally never performs or advocates for declawing. There are many alternatives to declawing; we’ve covered some of the most common and effective options here in an effort to educate pet parents.
How many times is “normal” for a cat to vomit? Dr. Justine Lee explains how certain underlying medical problems can cause chronic vomiting in cats. The truth is, if your cat vomits more than once a month, it’s too much and may warrant a medical work-up.